good with syllabub." - Old Southern Receipts, Mary. Adjust covers as directed by manufacturer. Or peel, core, and chop finely a pound of sound russet apples, wash and pick a pound of raisins, and let both these be chopped small.
Let the cake stand for at least 24 hours and serve in very thin slices." - Gourmet's Old Vienna Cookbook, Lillian Langseth-Christensen Gourmet:New York 1959 (p. 210) what about THE candy cane? It is no coincidence that our earliest information about pulled-sugar sweets in Britian, using the very word penides that travelled all the way from the Orient, comes from compilations of medicinal formulae, not elegant books on fine confectionery. In the 1930s Crisco circulated a story about an unknown circuit bishop making housecalls in the American midwest.
In a mixing bowl, cream the shortening with 1 cup of sugar. SW8) 1960 "Our Food Editor spots a rising trend. Translated by Richard Howard, Vintage-Random House, 1988. 423) The earliest reference to eggnog cited in the Oxford English Dictionary 2nd edition, London is from 1825. Fill the vacant places with forcemeat, and when the meat is closely packed in the crust put over it a layer of clarified butter.